Why Indonesia? Indonesia is one of the 4th largest population in the world.  It is the 15th-largest economy in the world, 5th-largest economy in Asia, and 1st-largest economy in Southeast Asia. In Indonesia, 70 % of population is below 39 years of age. There are 57 % of total population from medium class, 7 million being added each year.

Here are the top 10 startups in Indonesia you should know.


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Bhinneka – Indonesia’s No.1 Webstore.


Tokopedia is an online marketplace that enable individual and small business owner in Indonesia to open and maintain their online store easily, while facilitating better and convenient online shopping experience.

Lazada Indonesia

Lazada Indonesia – Shopping online just with your finger!


Tiket – Booking for flights, trains, hotels, events and concerts tickets.


Traveloka.com is an Indonesian flight booking website with a mission to make travel simpler and more compelling. The Jakarta-based online flight booking was founded by Indonesian engineers with years of experience working for reputable tech companies in Silicon Valley, US. Traveloka.com previously raised its series A investment from Global Founders Capital and early stage investment from East Ventures.

Zalora Indonesia

Zalora Indonesia – Indonesia’s largest online fashion website. With 600 local and international brands and over 30,000 products


DailySocial.net is an Indonesian news site that focuses on daily news about technology and internet.


Bukalapak – Place of selling / buying the most comfortable & safe online with Payment System which ensures buyers and sellers 100% risk free online scams. Bukalapak.com, Sell Buy Easy & Reliable.


Rumah.com is one of Indonesia’s top property listings platforms. Now it has more than 150,000 property listings in Indonesia from over 6,000 property agents.

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